By The Numbers - RD19, (2017)

The streak continued on Saturday as Subiaco extended their winning run to 16, now within three of the club’s all-time record of 19 straight wins. These are some of the other numbers behind Saturday’s victory over East Fremantle.
1 – MAGIC NUMBER: Subiaco’s magic number to claim their third consecutive minor premiership was reduced to one following Saturday’s win over East Fremantle. One more Subiaco win or one South Fremantle loss will ensure that Subiaco take home the minor premiership for the third straight time.
5 – GOALS: Liam Ryan and Brad Stevenson each bagged five goals on Saturday. The last time that Subiaco had two players bag five in the same game was Round 11, 2016 when Hayden Yarran and Liam Ryan kicked five each as Subiaco defeated East Perth.
8 – BEHINDS: Subiaco had a good day in front of the goals kicking an accurate 19.8. Those eight behinds were the lowest in a game since the 2016 Grand Final when the side recorded 8.8.
9 – WIN STREAK: With win number 16 in succession, Subiaco’s current winning run moved inside the top 10 all-time win steaks In WAFL history. Only eight teams have won more than 16 straight with Subiaco tied with the Claremont team of 1981-82 for ninth.
18 – HORSLEY: Injury was ultimately the only thing that could end Kyal Horsley’s 20 possession game streak. The Lion captain had recorded at least 20 possessions in 18 straight games before Saturday. Subiaco went 17-1 across Horsley’s remarkable individual run.
19 – QUARTER LOSS: Subiaco has lost just 17 quarters in 2017. The 19 point fourth quarter loss to East Fremantle was tied for the club’s second biggest quarter loss this year. Subiaco’s biggest QTR loss came in quarter one of the season when South Fremantle built a 23 point quarter time lead in round one.
42 – DELAHUNTY: Consistency is considered one of the hallmarks of Lachlan Delahunty’s game. In his past four games, Delahunty has three times managed a combined 42 possessions and hitouts. His past two games have been an identical stat line of 23 possessions and 19 hitouts. 
50 – HEAL: Saturday’s win was defender Aaron Heal’s 50th win in his career. Overall Heal has a 50-15 record made up of 50-11 with Subiaco following an 0-4 record with Peel.
54 – HITOUTS: Subiaco has not been known for high hitout counts over the past two years. With 54 hitouts in Saturday’s match, this was the most for the Lions in 2017 and the most since round 16, 2016 when they had 61 in a loss to Perth.
1099 – POINTS AGAINST: It has been a slow grind, but Subiaco now statistically has the best defence in the WAFL for points against in 2017. After the weekend’s results Subiaco have conceded 1099 as opposed to Peel’s 1102. A slow start to South Fremantle in Round One had Subiaco sitting as the second worst defence in the league for points against. Steady progress over 16 games though culminates with the Lions now sitting number one.

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